SFPE offers seminars throughout the world. SFPE seminars are a cost-effective solution that deliver the classroom learning experience to your organization and eliminates travel and hotel expenses. It is often the most affordable and convenient way to train a team of people. Seminars are scheduled when it is convenient for you (see schedule). We will send all of the seminar materials necessary for the class to you and our experienced instructors will quickly establish an effective classroom setting conducive to learning at your site. In addition to providing high quality training for the attendees, you will also receive the following benefits.
Convenience: delivery when, and where, you want it
Cost savings: eliminate travel costs for your employees
Expert instruction: gain first hand industry knowledge and interact with peers
Customized instruction: you mix courses to meet your needs and focus on content relevant to your organization
Coaching sessions: instructors are available to give one-on-one feedback
Earn: Continuing Educational Units (CEUs) or Professional Development Hours (PDHs) for your team
Professional engineers who are licensed are required to maintain that licensure. Depending on the state of licensure, a certain number of continuing education/professional development hours are required to keep an active license to practice. For continuing education/professional development hours to be accepted by the licensure boards, they should be from an accredited provider such as AIA and eventually IACET (SFPE is in the process of becoming an IACET-accredited provider of continuing education).
ANSI/IACET is a universally accepted model for continuing education, nationally and internationally. IACET maintains an internationally recognized standard for continuing education and training. Credit earned under IACET’s accreditation are accepted as PDH’s for ongoing maintenance of licensure.
SFPE is currently a registered AIA Continuing Education Provider (Provider # G219). AIA credits are accepted by state licensure boards for credits toward ongoing maintenance licensure.
SFPE is an ICC Preferred Provide members of ICC who take SFPE registered courses
are able to submit their credits to ICC.
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The Society of Fire Protection Engineers (SFPE) was established in 1950 and incorporated as an independent organization in 1971. It is the professional society representing those practicing the field of fire protection engineering. The Society has over 4,600 members and 102 chapters, including 21 student chapters worldwide.